Slideshow of GCH CH Enelrad's Jewel by Devine, CGC, CGCA, CGCU testing on May 31
ZOE one of Darlene's early Cavaliers
Jeska Malia Smith-Fujmoto with
Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II
Photos by Michelle Oki - Thank you!
John and Lee White living in Southern California with their
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and the WhiteHouseCA RV
April 2017, Darlene flew OH Maybe Forever to CA to have her OFA test done. As you can see below, Maybe Passes them all,(eyes, heart, elbows and Hip
The main reason that people fall in love with the Cavalier breed is its friendly and out-going temperament. You must deal with a reputable breeder. Darlene Tsubota is one. It took months to convince her that Lee and I would be good parents to her children. She only has puppies occasionally and people wait to get one. Enelrad Cavaliers is a small "show" kennel producing happy, healthy and beautiful Cavaliers in a home environment. We waited two years but we're lucky enough to get two (Sir Winston and Sir Henry). A few years later, we brought Sir Lancelot into our family.
Darlene Tsubota began breeding purebred dogs in the early 1980's. Darlene is the owner of the # 1 Cavalier in Hawaii for 2016 and 2017. Darlene belongs to the following clubs:
To learn more about the Cavalier breed and the clubs, click on any of the above.
Below is Darlene's Christmas Card, showing her family. Yes, even being in CA we have remain friends and talk at least once or more a week. Lee and I were lucky to keep "OH Maybe Forever" while she was waiting her 120 days to get into Hawaii. On December 1, 2016, we began a six month "Journey" to get Darlene's next dog "True Colours-Journey" legal to get into Hawaii. Both of these dogs were bred by Erica Venier and Rachel Venier Orchard Hill Cavaliers.
Jake Lum and Morgan at Hawaiian Dog Show Aug. 20, 2016
Jake Lum took Morgan to Best of Breed at West Oahu Kennel Club
2016 was a good year for Darlene's Dogs. Please see the next page for the 2017 information.
Number 6 Toy Dog in Hawaii for 2016
To keep her mind active, CH Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II tries a Barn Hunt. On the left are some pictures of her first and second session at Barn Hunt.
October 8 and 9, 2016 on the Big Island
Morgan and Maybe Forever waiting
Hawaii Bred and Home Grown -"GCHB Enelrad's A Dream Within A Dream" (Morgan for his fans and followers ) is Hawaii's Number 1 Cavalier and Hawaii's Number 6 Toy Dog for the 2016 show year. Jake Lum says Morgan is such "a dream to show". Darlene Tsubota should be proud of her breeding and her raising of such a great dog. And YES-Morgan you are a WINNER!!!!!
CH. Redcrest Silver Sierra
The tube is moved to different levels - first the ground then higher. Maybe has to jump up. The higher level shows that she is not afraid. They then hide it (container) between levels. She has to jump between. She is not scared at all.
GCH CH Enelrad's Jewel by Devine, CGC, CGCA, CGCU and her pups
Number 1 Cavalier in Hawaii for 2016
The perfect day for a hike up to the Makapu'u Lighthouse for Darlene, Raynette Lum and Linus,
Grand Champion Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II at her first training day in early 2016
Top Row from L to R
6. Maybe Forever
10. Lexie (German Short Hair Pointer)
September 3, 2016,
morning show, Hawaiian Kennel Club’s 189th All-Breed Dog Show
Maybe Forever II won Best of Oppposite
September 3, 2016, afternoon show, Valley Isle Kennel Club All-Breed Dog
Maybe Forever II won Best of Opposite
Show September 4, 2016,
Hawaiian Kennel Club’s
190th All-Breed Dog Show
OH Maybe Forever II won
Best of Breed
Morgan won Best of Breed at the two shows on Sept. 3rd but had to settle for Best of Opposite on the 4th when Maybe Forever II won. Darlene was happy both days. It also was Darlene's Birthday. What a nice gift from Maybe Forever II
Thanks for learning about my dogs. Please go on to page two to see more of the Enelrad Cavaliers located in Honolulu, Hawaii
West Oahu Kennel Club Show August 2016
GCH CH Enelrad's Jewel by Devine, CGC, CGCA, CGCU
CH. OH Maybe Forever and Linus best of friends Christmas 2016
Early photo of OH True Colours -Journey's at his first show. You can guess that he did well
Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II earned her AKC CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE at West Oahu Kennel Club Show by taking Winners Bitch, Best of Winners and Best of Opposite for a 3 point major. Handled by Jeska Malia Smith-Fujimoto. Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II had been with Darlene for less than a year when she earned her title.
Orchard Hill True Colours-Journey
OK-now what can I do?
Tropical Toy Dog Fanciers gave Darlene an Award Certificate for Morgan, GCHB Enelrad's A Dream Within A Dream, who was the Number 1 Cavalier and Number 6 Toy Dog in Hawaii for 2016
Grand Champion Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II did well on her trip to the Big Island. She took Best of Breed in one show, then Best of Opposite Sex in another show. She took Select Bitch in in the last show on Sunday. Great job Darlene.
Again, Thank YOU Michelle Oki for the great pictures!
Grand Champion Orchard Hill Maybe Forever II at the Big Island shows
TUCKER! turned 14 on December 17, 2017.
Darlene has informed us that Tucker crossed the Rainbow Bridge this month. He was the father to the WhiteHouseCA's first three Sirs.
Linus, Enelrad's The One and Only
CH Redcrest Silver Sierra " Tucker" 2003-2018
Please check out info at bottom of this page
It took a "village" or a team to make 2017 a great year. Darlene's team is made up of four great p.eople: JESKA, EVAN, JAKE and DARLENE. Photo was taken at Haleiva Joe's when the team received their award for Morgan's placement this year. They are looking forward to 2018
On May the 25, 2017 Darlene newest dog, Orchard Hill Cavaliers: True Colours-Journey left CA after six months. He is making Darlene so happy. The next page contains updates on OH Maybe Forever II as well as OH True Colours-Journey
Jewel passes her CGCA & CGCU
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Barn Hunt is the new and quickly growing dog sport catching fire across the country! Barn Hunt is based on the traditional roles of many breeds in ridding farms, barns, crop storage areas, and homes of destructive vermin. Some breeds were specifically created to fill this role. Barn Hunt is open to any dog of any breed or mix who wishes to play the game and can fit through an 18" wide by bale-height tall tunnel. Barn Hunt has titles, levels of increasing difficulty, and championships. Barn Hunt is an independent sport, but titles are recognized by both the American Kennel Club (AKC) and United Kennel Club (UKC).